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-~JL__ o iven ,0 3 3 2 6 Won Lost 3 0 3 1 2 1 2 2 2 2 1 2 1 3 0 3 E Won Lost 4 0 3 1 3 1 2 2 Union 2 2 2 2 0 4 0 4 2 9 4 2 3 Credit 13 MINOR LEAGUE Won Lost Mike's McCulloch 5 0 Endocott Realty 4 1 Rayonier 3 2 Verle's 3 2 Shelton Foods 3 2 MCFCU 2 3 Evergreen Fuel 0 5 Certified 0 5 Mike's 13, Evergreen 11 Verle's 22, MCFCU 14 Rayonier 14, Endicott 13 Shelton Foods 16, Certified 10 Verle's 14, Shelton Foods 11 Mike's 18, Certified 5 Rayonier 15, Evergreen 11 Endicott 12, MCFCU 9 Johnson First In Kart Races Ed Johnson brought home a first place trophy from the Westwood Enduro IFK Divisional Go-Karl races which were held in Westwood, Canada June 12 and 13. Johnson, a member of the local Evergreen Karl Club, was first in the "B" class stock and won a trophy and plaque for his efforts. Bill Patterson was second in the "B" class limited and Mike Knox was second in class "B" stock. )ass taries, Game of Hood ed With SOme Years. A ~at have Game ; anyone to please ;t Game Ogist or and right river river 9; left rearing trout are Iths of ng the shallower shoreline areas. Trollers can be effective with shiny spoons or pop gear and worms. Beach fishermen do very well with spoons and wet flies. Southwest Washington streams will receive legal plants of either cutthroat or rainbow this week, advises the Game Department. These rivers include the Deschutes, Skookumchuck, Mashel, Newaukum and Winston creek. Tributaries of the upper Cowlitz will receive plants of legal rainbow beginning the week of June 28. The bipartisan Joint Committee on Higher Education officers for the coming biennium are Sen. Gordon Sandison (D, Port Angeles) Chairman, Rep. Bill Kiskaddon (R, Mountlake Terrace) Vice-Chairman, Rep. Peggy Joan Maxie (D, Seattle) Secretary, Sen, Francis Holman (R, Lake Forest Park) Executive Committee. Other members of the committee are Rep. Donn Charnley (D, Seattle), Rep. Carlton A. Gladder (R, Spokane), Sen. Elmer C. Huntley (R, Thornton), Rep. John Rabel (R, Seattle), Sen. Joe Stortini (D, Tacoma), and Sen. Bruce A. Wilson (D. Omak). Among the studies assigned to the Joint Committee on Higher Education during the 42nd Session of the Legislature are VOcational education, regional libraries, student facility bonding, ED JOHNSON, seated in the go-kart, won his division at the go-kart races n Westwood, Canada last weekend. Bill Patterson, in back, took second. iploma Increases Income Does a framed sheepskin insure a better income for the family? If it belongs to the head of the tamily, it usually does, notes the Institute of Life Insurance. Census Bureau figures confirm that family earnings are related to educational aclnevement. When headed by a person with an 'elementary school education, average family earnings in 1969 were $6,800. This figure falls $3,100 below the average for all families in lhe United States. - JJ IIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll Bowling News '1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 TEEN TRIO Men's Hi Game: Clay Keith 198. Men's Hi Series: Dave Hanson 532. women's Hi Game: Cheryl Nolan 126. Women's Hi Series: Gall Fuller 362. Standings: 3 Stooges 10,526, Bombers 10,399, Zits 10,357, Reefers 10,326, Lilliwap 10,320, Screwballs 9,838, Ball Bearings 8,149. 3 Stooges, Dave Hanson 532; LilliWap, Jim Hays 342, Screwballs, Gall Fuller362, Bombers, Louis Zoren 423, Reefers, Steve Robertson 465; Zits, Clay Keith 521. ADULT--JR- Men's Hi Game: Norm Schimschat 199. Men's Hi Series: Norm Schimschat 569. Women's Hi Game: Mabel La Belle 169. Women's Hi Series: Mabel La Belle 490. Jr. Hi Game: Jim Robinson 196. Jr. Hi Series: Jim Robinson 486. deferred tuition payment plans, However. some 30 per cent of these family 'heads are over 65 and retired. In the group where family heads had high school diplomas, the average income was $10,000, slightly above the U.S. average of $9,900. Families headed by college graduates earn an average of $15,700, which is more than 50 per cent above the family norm. And 53 per cent of all families with incomes of over $25,000 are headed by persons with college degrees. It might appear that families earning more will be spending more. But statistics also point to the possibility that families who increase their income will be saving and investing more, and adding to their life insurance programs. A 1968 study conducted by the Life Insurance Agency Management Association showed that the average size ordinary life insurance policy purchased by adults rose in direct proportion to the amount of income. A male adult earning under $3,000 who purchased ordinary life insurance bought an average $8,540 of protection while a man Your Standard Man, earning $7,500 to $9,999 purchased an average of $16,470 in protection, and a male in the $25,000 income range purchased $60,210 in ordinary insurance coverage. In the long run then, the sheepskin appears to have a silver lining for family income and assets. Happily, families headed by college graduates are increasing more rapidly than those with less education. In fact, some 12 million persons hold college degrees today, an increase of about 50 per cent since 1960. polytechnic institute study, a Standings: Mac & Dave 7127, code revision Study of the higher L.C. & Rusty 71.10, Mabel& Clay 7036, Millie & rvliKe bt99d, Larry education code, crimes on & Chris 6967,ttJim & Ev 6887 campus, professional negotiations, Ralph & Sco 6854, Bob &' and faculty retirement programs. Marlin 6821, Kerry & AI 6801. C. C. COLE & SONS, INC. Can Solve Your Problem. He's In Shelton - 426-4411 Standard Oil Company of California hov~ oJars Commencement exercises were held for the graduating seniors from Shelton High School last Wednesday evening. Student speakers for the commencement were Larry Olli, Jerry Mann, Gall HasBrouck and Dan Nye. Awards and scholarships were announced by Chet Dombroski, high school principal. Supt. Louis Grinnell presented the class'of 1971 and Ernest Hamlin, chairman of the school board, handed out the diplomas. The high school band, stage band, choir and swing choir provided musical entertainment. The invocation and benediction were given by Rev. Lewis Wysong. Awards and scholarships announced were'. Jack Beckwith Citizenship Trophy, Kathy Kelley and Don Gardner; Phi Beta Kappa Book Awards, Larry Olli and Denise Herrick; Class Hearts, Kathy Kelley and Kevin Dorsey; National Merit Commended Student, Kurt Thompson, and Kiwanis-Time Magazine Awards, Larry Olli, Denise Herrick, Debby Shawver, Charles Gay, Judy Laugen, Jenny Jensen, Don Gardner, Betty Strickland, Nancy Evers and Marlene Schmidt. Larry Olli was announced as valedictorian and Denise Herrick as salutatorian. Beauty School Scholarships: Adene's, Lori Tamburello; Mode, Georgia Clayton; Mr. Lee's, Melody Steere and Janet Anderson Ryckman. College Scholarships: LaVerne College, Dan Boelendar; University of Puget Sound, Larry Olli, Marilyn Mounts and Vicki Kimbel; Whitworth, Mary Schmidt. College Honors at Entrance: Seattle Pacific College, Marilou Smith; Central Washington State College, Debbie Ward; University of Puget Sound, Larry Olli and Denise Herrick. National, regional, state and local awards and scholarships: ITT Rayonier scholarship, Dan Nye. Elks Leadership award, first place, state and regional, Don Gardner. Shelton Hospital Auxiliary, Chris Carlson and Linda Auseth, 0OOOO00 III "ALL-WEATHER ]lIE" ~t 6.50 x 13 blackwall tubeless plus $1.76 Fed. Ex. Tax per tire and four old tires WHITEWALLS $4.00 more per tire Maxine Schmidt, alternate. Shelton Nurses Association, District 22, Maxine Schmidt. Shelton Coaches Association, Dave Myer. Bill Robert Memorial, Kevin Dorcy. Nimrod Auxiliary, Chris' Radcliffe. Shelton Education Association, Patti Starkey, alternate, Debby Shawver. Soroptimist Club, Maxine Schmidt, alternate, Marilyn Mounts. Loyal Order of Moose, Shelton Lodge, Marlene Schmidt, alternate, Mary Schmidt. f %: %.~,~ AIRMAN GARY L. Frederickson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert W. Frisken, Hoodsport, has completed basic training at Lackland AFB, Tex. He has been assigned to Sheppard AFB, Tex., for training in accounting and finance. Airman Frederickson, a 1968 graduate of Shelton High School, attended Olympic College and St. Martin's College. Completes Course Marilyn McNeil, Shelton, was among 21 persons who recently completed a course for American Red (;ross Water Safety Instructors in Olympia. Hood Canal PI'A, Sandy Baskin, alternate, Mark Grubb. Hood Canal PTA Robert Berge Memorial, Kathy Nold. PEO Mary M. Knight Award, Debby Shawver. Shelton High School Girls Club Jean E. Carpenter Memorial, Linda Stolen, alternate, Gaff Has Brouck. National Honor Society, Larry Olli, alternate, Cheri Watson; Denise Herrick, alternate Don Gardner; Charles Gay, alternate Jenny Jensen. Southside PTO, Karen Johnson, alternate, Bob Quimby. Betty Crocker Award, Lark Hamlin. Hood Canal Women's Club Oletha Stark Memorial, Kathy Nold. Zonta Club, Peggy Stevens, alternate, Linda Stolen. Graystone of Shelton, George Lemagie, alternate, Debby Shawver. Shelton High School A.S.B., Gait Has Brouck, alternate Charles Gay. Delta Kappa Gamma, Mary Schmidt. Shelton Art Club, Roger Maynard, alternate, Jackie Mays. Thurston-Mason Medical Auxiliary, Linda Auseth. Carroll Club, state award, Dan Nye. 40 and 8, Marilou Smith. March of Dimes, Marilou Smith. Science Club, Maxine Schmidt. Nimrod Club, Rocky Howard. 4-H Leadership, Nancy Evers. Mason County Federal Credit Union, Denise Herrick. ! : Mark E. Reed Foundation, Don Gardner, Larry Olli, Vicki Pavel. Trouble finding a multi-purpose oil? Your Standard Man, ,~. C. COLE & SONS, INC. Can Solve Your Problem. He's In Shelton - 426-4411 Standard 0il Company ot Colitornia Chev~ Q00000OQO iiiiii:ii! iii!?i for -:Gv. ::'7 ' "".. Broken Glass Replaced Promptly Insurance Claims Handled Plate - Sheet Thermopane Mirrors Shower & Tub Enclosures Table Tops Aluminum Sash & Windows -- Screens -- Storm Doors -- FREE ESTIMATES -- 2226 Olympic Hwy. N. 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